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Error: Change User Permissions Wizard

I was running the 'Change User Permissions Wizard' to replace the permissions on a new SBS 2003 install.

I encountered the following error upon "completion" of the wizard:
   "The wizard was not able to update all of the user account permissions.
     For more information view the file C:\Program Files\Microsoft Windows Small Business
    Server\Support\change_user_permissions_wizard.log.  Do you want to view the file?"

And when viewing the file this is the reported information:
   "Wizard Execution:
                 Entering the MigUsr Committer...
                             Failed to find Users Shared Folder with error [0x80070005].
                             Failed to create the Login Script with error [0x80004005].
                                       Failed to create the path to the Old Login Script [\\ServerName\sysvol\domain.lan\scripts]                                
                                               with  error [0x5].
                             Failed to set the Login Script for user [LDAP://CN=User Name, OU=SBSUsers, OU=Users,
                                               OU=MyBusiness, DC=domainname, DC=LAN] with error [0x80004005].  
                Leaving the MigUsr Committer...
                Entering the Template Committer...
                Leaving the Template Committer...
                StampAllUsers - Returned [0x80004005]
                DoOfflineABTask - Returned [0]"

Note on the installation/configuration:
   I replicated AD to this server from another DC taken offline from the production network.
   Are the OU's listed in the error output part of the standard SBS configuration?
     -> I did not originally have the SBSUsers and MyBusiness OU's.

Any help would be appreciated.  Thanks in advance!
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Jeffrey Kane - TechSoEasyPrincipal ConsultantCommented:
That would be your problem... you can't replicate AD to an SBS in that manner unless you follow ALL the steps listed in this KB article:  

However, since I would guess you are past the point of complying with the steps at the beginning of that article, you'll probably have to fully reinstall to correct this.

genesissiAuthor Commented:
In fact I did follow those steps (per http://www.sbsmigration.com/ method), but, I simply moved the Users into the new SBSUsers OU and that solved the problem.

Thanks for the input though Jeff!
check to see if anyone has removed renamed the share permissions on the users home folder
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